6/29/2011

New Jersey businesses have pledged to spend $30 million in addition to a $15 million Energy Department grant to help build six compressed natural gas fueling stations around the state, and area fleet managers are already expressing interest in converting their fleets to natural gas, said New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition founder Chuck Feinberg. Meanwhile, propane autogas remains the most available alternative fuel in New Jersey, as most vehicles can be converted to propane autogas and there are around 45 autogas fueling stations in the state, said Eastern Propane President Robert Nicholson.

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